All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi

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All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi
Leader R. Sarathkumar
Founded 2007
Headquarters Chennai
Ideology

Populism

Bring Back "KAMARAJAR" Rule In Tamil Nadu
Alliance All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam In 2011
Seats in Legislative Assembly
2 / 234
Website
Aismk.in
Politics of India
Political parties
Elections

'All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi' (AISMK Party) (Tamil: அகில இந்திய சமத்துவ மக்கள் கட்சி) is a Tamil political party in India, based amongst the Tamil people. The party founder and president is actor Sarath Kumar. Kumar was part of DMK[1] in his early political career and then joined All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK). Later he quit AIADMK and he started his own political party, the All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi on 31 August 2007..In 2011 Assembly elections, It contested as part of the AIADMK alliance and won in two assembly constituencies - Tenkasi and Nanguneri.[2][3] Sarathkumar won from Tenkasi and Ernavur A. Narayanan won from Nanguneri. C.Raja (Regional Head,Chennai). In just before 2011 Assembly elections he joined in ADMK alliance and his party was allotted two seats.[4] He won election in the Tenkasi Constituency in 2011 Assembly elections.[5]

Now the AISMK Party has enlarged its serve to people in Kerala also. Tamils who living in Kerala also a part in AISMK party as sarthkumar as their Leader.

2011 Assembly elections[edit]

It contested as part of the AIADMK alliance and won in two assembly constituencies - Tenkasi and Nanguneri.[6][7] Sarathkumar won from Tenkasi and Ernavur A. Narayanan won from Nanguneri. C.Raja (Regional Head,Chennai).

Party flag[edit]

The red color on top is for labour and revolution. The yellow below is for auspiciousness. The star inside the red color symbolizes the radiant sun spreading light all over the world.[citation needed]

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